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92 [ninety-two]

Subordinate clauses: that 2

 


‫92 [اثنان وتسعون]‬

‫الجمل الثانوية مع أنّ 2‬

 

 
I’m angry that you snore.
‫يزعجني أنك تشخر.‬
yzaeajni 'annak tashkhir
I’m angry that you drink so much beer.
‫يزعجني أنك تكثر من شرب البيرة.‬
yzaeajni 'annak takthur min shurb albayrata
I’m angry that you come so late.
‫يزعجني أنك تأتي متأخراً.‬
yzaeajni 'annak tati mtakhraan
 
 
 
 
I think he needs a doctor.
‫أظن أنه بحاجة إلى طبيب.‬
azin 'annah bihajat 'iilaa tabiba
I think he is ill.
‫أظن أنه مريض.‬
azin 'annah marid
I think he is sleeping now.
‫أظن أنه نائم.‬
azin 'annah nayima
 
 
 
 
We hope that he marries our daughter.
‫نأمل أن يتزوج ابنتنا.‬
n'amal 'ann yatazawwaj abnatana
We hope that he has a lot of money.
‫نأمل أن تكون لديه نقوداً كثيرة.‬
n'amal 'an takun ladayh nqwdaan kathirata
We hope that he is a millionaire.
‫نأمل أن يكون مليونيراً.‬
n'amal 'an yakun mlywnyraan
 
 
 
 
I heard that your wife had an accident.
‫سمعت أن زوجته أصيبت بحادث.‬
ismaet 'ann zawjatih 'usibat bihadith
I heard that she is in the hospital.
‫سمعت أنها في المستشفى.‬
smaet 'annaha fi almustashfaa
I heard that your car is completely wrecked.
‫سمعت أن السيارة تلفت تماماً.‬
smaet 'ann alssayarat talaft tmamaan
 
 
 
 
I’m happy that you came.
‫يسعدني أنك أتيت.‬
ysuedni 'annak 'atita
I’m happy that you are interested.
‫يسعدني أنك مهتم.‬
ysedni 'annak muhtuma
I’m happy that you want to buy the house.
‫يسعدني أنك ستشتري المنزل.‬
ysiedni 'annak satashtari almunzil
 
 
 
 
I’m afraid the last bus has already gone.
‫أخشى أن تكون آخر حافلة قد مضت.‬
akhashaa 'an takun akhar hafilat qad madta
I’m afraid we will have to take a taxi.
‫أخشى أننا سنضطر لأخذ سيارة أجرة.‬
akhushaa 'annana sanadtur li'akhdh sayarat 'ajrata
I’m afraid I have no more money.
‫أخشى ألا أحمل نقوداً.‬
akhashaa 'alla 'ahmil nqwdaan
 
 
 
 
 


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